Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Layton
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May 18, 2015 (Day 5) Las Vegas to Salt Lake City
Total Miles: 676
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Stop in Salt Lake City for one night to meet up with Cliff and Sue (Tommye's ...
... 18), a weaving shop containing 6 looms (the craft woman had two six-month old rabbits in the shop), a coopering shop, a quilting shop, a wooden toy and rustic musical instruments shop (demonstrated an original one-string slide guitars and other types of "jug band" instruments), and a pottery shop. We missed the broom store; it was closed for a family emergency. We purchased a few items for ourselves and to give away from the central gift shop. While we paid for the privilege ...
22nd October - This morning, Heidi, Toli and I hit the road for about 4 hours and headed to Moab. We toured through 'Arches' National Park. Wicked looking place.
The park lies atop an underground salt bed that is responsible for the arches, spires etc.
When we reached the arches I took off on what I ...
... book. As we were leaving our guide, a lovely man, laughingly told me that they only have one wife - it's 100 years since they practised polygamy. There are 50m Latter Day Saints in the world and the number is growing. Our guide, although trying to be diplomatic was fairly scathing of how the top men were so rich and the wives were kept poor and downtrodden - the Temple Square certainly wreaked of money. It takes up a whole block and took 50 years to ...
... practicing when I was there, but plenty more to see and do. I went in the Tabernacle and Assembly Hall and also found out how to research my family. One great stop was the Conference Center where I had my own guide who told me a lot about the Mormons and Utah in general while taking me around the whole building. The center seats 21,000, largest of its kind in the U.S.. During the annual meeting, there are translators present for 53 different ...